Graham Gouldman

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Graham Gouldman is best known for his contribution to English 70’s band, 10cc. He has been the one consistent member of the band throughout its history – starting in 1972 and – minus a couple of short hiatuses – continuing through until today. Apart from his commercial success with 10cc, Gouldman also had a solo Top 20 hit in Australia … Read More

Greedy Smith

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Andrew “Greedy” Smith is a vocalist, keyboardist, harmonica player and songwriter for the mighty Mental As Anything. Still touring with Martin Plaza and the most recent arrivals in the Mentals line-up, Greedy has also recorded some solo material along the way. His biggest songwriting success with the Mentals was Live It Up. A piece of trivia about Greedy – he … Read More

Marty Rhone

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Many people associated Marty Rhone with a few hits in the mid 1970’s such as “Denim and Lace” and “Mean Pair of Jeans” but he had been active in the Australian music industry for many years before that. Born in what is now Indonesia, Marty was a contestant on various Australian TV shows as early as 1961 And, in case … Read More

Lindsay Bjerre

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Lindsay Bjerre was a member of Tamam Shud during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Tamam Shud were described as “an Australian psychedelic, progressive and surf rock band”, having been formed in Newcastle in 1964 as The Four Strangers. Lindsay also had a solo hit in 1977 with “She Taught Me How To Love Again”, reaching number 41.

Brian Mannix

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Brian Mannix was the front man and vocalist for Melbourne-based band, Uncanny X-Men. Always prepared to play the part of the cheeky rock star, Brian was a popular member of the Australian music scene throughout the 1980’s, before making a series of appearances in TV drams and quiz programs. Most recently, Brian has been a mainstay of Absolutely 80’s – … Read More

John Paul Young

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John Paul Young appeared in the Australian charts as “John Young” in 1972 with his single Pasadena. After a two and a half year stint in Jesus Christ Superstar, Young – now endowed with a middle name to avoid confusion with Johnny Young – returned to the charts with “Yesterday’s Hero”. A Countdown favourite, John had a string of hits … Read More

Glenn Shorrock

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Glenn Shorrock is best known for his role as the lead singer of Little River Band but to simply acknowledge him as part of LRB would be to understate his role in the Australian music industry. Glenn first came to prominence in the late 1960’s as a member of The Twilights and then, with Brian Cadd, as a member of … Read More

Mark Holden

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Mark Holden was known as The Carnation Kid during the mid-1970’s, having a number of hits across the period 1975 to 1977. He starred in TV’s The Young Doctors and the feature film Blue Fire Lady before heading off to the US where he worked as a writer and producer for a number of acts. Since returning to Australia, Mark … Read More

Normie Rowe

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Normie Rowe was arguably Australia’s biggest pop star during the 1960’s before being conscripted into the Australia Army. After spending time fighting in Vietnam, Normie returned to performing but was never able to achieve the same level of commercial success as had before his national service. Since then, Normie was been a star of stage and television with a most … Read More

Keith Lamb

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Keith Lamb was the lead singer for Australian glam-rock group, Hush, and was, at one stage, considered as the replacement front man for AC/DC when Bon Scott passed away. He was part of the successful Australian cast for Jesus Christ Superstar and then as part of Hush, visited the Australian top 40 on 6 occasions during the 1970’s with songs … Read More